Fender Vintera 60s Mod Jazzmast. 3-SB


Electric guitar

  • Vintera Series
  • Body: Alder
  • Bolted neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Pau Ferro
  • White dot fretboard inlays
  • Neck profile: Modern C
  • Fretboard radius: 241 mm (9.49")
  • Nut width: 42 mm (1.65")
  • Synthetic bone nut
  • 21 Medium jumbo frets
  • Pickup: 2 Vintage Style 60s Jazzmaster Hot single coils
  • Lead Circuit / rhythm circuit switch on upper body horn
  • Lead Circuit: Volume and master tone controls
  • 3-Way switch for lead circuit
  • Rhythm Circuit: Thumbwheels for volume and tone control of the neck pickup
  • Adjusto-Matic Bridge with vintage-style floating tremolo tailpiece
  • 4-Ply tortoise pickguard
  • Vintage-style machine heads
  • Nickel/chrome hardware
  • Stringing from factory: Fender USA 250L NPS .009 - .042 (Article Nr. 133191)
  • Colour: 3-Colour Sunburst
  • Includes deluxe gigbag
available since June 2019
Item number 467421
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Color Sunburst
Soundboard Alder
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Frets 21
Scale 648 mm
Pickup System SS
Tremolo Yes
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
Design Jazzmaster
Top None
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The classic is back!

As its moniker suggests, Fender's Vintera series is based heavily on the vintage instruments from the company's early years (the name is derived from the phrase "Vintage style for the modern era"). Fender’s Vintera range offers players classic Fender models that are built to the company’s customary high standard of quality and largely true to the original designs, but since they are built in Mexico, they can be offered at prices that will have even ambitious beginners reaching for their wallets. Vintera models include the 60s Mod Jazzmaster shown here, which features the original Jazzmaster's circuitry and sophisticated tremolo system. This "modded" version also features a somewhat chunkier neck as well as "hot single coil" pickups for more output, and it comes in a classic three-tone sunburst finish.


The Jazzmaster was first launched as the logical successor to the Telecaster and Stratocaster, and it features sophisticated electronics that allow a wide range of different sounds to be achieved as well as a floating tremolo system which provides a higher level of tuning stability than the simpler design used on the Stratocaster. The original Jazzmaster used alder wood for the body and rosewood for the fingerboard, and while the former has been retained here, the latter has been replaced by pau ferro, which is also known as "Bolivian rosewood" and offers a very similar sound and playing feel, as rosewood is now a protected species. The Vintera Mod Jazzmaster also boasts a comfortable "Modern C" neck profile.

The "exotic" Fender

Like its illustrious ancestor, the Fender Vintera 60s Mod Jazzmaster is easy to play and combines a wealth of features with an extensive sonic palette. It is considered one of Fender's more unconventional instruments as compared to the classic Telecaster and Stratocaster, which is why well-known musicians like J. Mascis, Robert Smith, Elvis Costello, and generations of guitarists before them were drawn to the Jazzmaster. Players looking for a Jazzmaster that is as true as possible to the original design and brings with it the same vintage flair cannot go wrong with the Fender Vintera 60s Jazzmaster, provided they don’t mind that, unlike its illustrious ancestor, it does not bear the sought-after “Made In USA” label. And it goes without saying that this model is the guitar of choice for fans of Grunge and Surf music.

About Fender

Fender is without doubt one of the most legendary guitar and amplifier manufacturers of all time. The company was founded in 1946 by its namesake Leo Fender († 1991), whose innovative ideas brought a breath of fresh air into the musical world. His Telecaster, Stratocaster, Precision Bass, and Jazz Bass are not only classics – they also continue to shape the styles of musicians in countless genres to this day. Timeless Fender amplifier models such as the Bassman, Twin, Deluxe, and Princeton also enjoy a stellar reputation. Besides maintaining its classic product portfolio, however, the company is also constantly developing new products that make Fender a driving force in today’s music industry.

Rare and sought-after

So whom exactly is the Fender Vintera 60s Mod Jazzmaster aimed at? The answer is basically everyone who likes the way the Jazzmaster looks. Stringing it with light-gauge strings and selecting the bridge pickup is the perfect recipe for twangy Surf Rock, and a pleasant Jazz sound can be achieved by throwing on a set of heavier strings and selecting the neck pickup via the dedicated "Rhythm" circuit. The Jazzmaster is virtually free of sonic limitations, and it is a pleasant surprise that Fender has revived one of its historic guitars - particularly one that is so rare and sought-after on the vintage market.

Great sound
conockrad 21.07.2020
It’s my second jm and it sounds totally different - richer tone and huge SUSTAIN. Weighs also a bit more but that’s expected. Polish, color and even PF neck are totally fine. Neck feels a bit slim for my big hands. Rhythm section is gorgeous. Furniture though... Tuners feel cheap, frets a bit sharper than I like and bottom pickup switch is a total mess(skips mid position when switched from bridge). Pots a bit loose but no noise while in use.
But sound overweights it all!
4.5 for a cheap furniture


Great vintage remake
Venzi 20.05.2023
It's a very noisy guitar, but that is to be expected since the pickups are huge single coils. So this is a guitar for clean to blues tones, not for high gain. Tuners are not the best. Finish is absolutely perfect, this is a great looking guitar.


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Sehr zu empfehlen
Frank475 22.12.2020
Das Warten hat sich wieder mal gelohnt. Offensichtlich haben in Corona-Zeiten viele Musikanten nachgerüstet, so dass es, zumindest bei Gitarren, teilweise lange Lieferzeiten gibt. Meine Befürchtung, dass die Gitarre möglicherweise durch hohen Fertigungsdruck bei Fender Qualitätsmängel haben könnte erwies sich als unbegründet. Zum Zeitpunkt meiner Bestellung waren vier Wochen Lieferzeit angesagt, dann kamen noch zwei Wochen dazu. Anfang Oktober kam das gute Stück. Ich kann im Lockdown schon „Driving home for Xmas“ darauf spielen. 😊

Die Gitarre sieht sehr gut aus und ist top verarbeitet. Das Pau Ferro Griffbrett ist natürlich etwas heller als Rosewood, es passt vom Farbton sehr gut zum Sunburst Finish. Auch an der Hardware ist nichts auszusetzen. Einer der Vintage-Tuner ist ein wenig schwergängig, aber dank insgesamt guter Stimmstabilität gibt es da nicht viel zu drehen. Und nach einem Saitenwechsel wird es sicher noch besser. Die Bundstäbchen sind sauber eingepasst, und der „Modern C“-Hals mit schöner seidenmatter Lackierung ist sehr gut zu bespielen.
Der Klang der „Jazzmaster“ überzeugt auf ganzer Linie. Bei vielen Gitarren führt das Drehen am Tone-Regler schnell zu relativ konturlosem Dumpf-Klang. Bei der „Jazzmaster“ macht der daraus resultierende Klang ihrem Namen alle Ehre.
Überzeugend ist auch der Rhythm-Circuit, bei dem der Klang des Neck-PU deutlich voller wird als in Normalschaltung mit dem 3-Wege Schalter. Man hat einen weiteren Sound, der mit dem normalen 3-Wege-Schalter nicht zu erreichen ist.
Lange Zeit waren off-set Gitarren eher etwas Exotisches für Gitarristen, die sich abseits des Gitarrenmainstreams verorteten, aber Fender arbeitet scheinbar unermüdlich daran, das zu ändern. Mit den aktuellen „Jazzmaster“- und „Jaguar“- Modellen ist man da auf einem guten Weg.
Also alles in allem: volle Punktezahl!


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Thomann vous vends un instrument inutilisable
AB MusIv 27.01.2022
Le silet de tête avait un défaut (la corde de mi aigu sortait régulièrement).
Les micros sont mal positionnés.
La hauteur des cordes n'est pas réglées (injouable).
Pour un instrument de plus de 1000euros c'est irrespectueux.
Le service après vente refuse de prendre en compte les photos que l'on s'est pris la peine de faire.